Want to help your baby get a good night’s sleep? Here are 26 amazing tricks and tips that can help your little one go to bed happily.

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M For Massage

Babies and toddlers who enjoy a 15-minute bedtime massage fall asleep faster, according to studies conducted at the University of Miami Touch Research Institute. So use baby-safe oil to massage using soft strokes and moderate pressure.πŸ‘ΆπŸ»

N For NapNap Mat

When in doubt, you can always rely on the NapNap Mat. With its smart sleep technology, NapNap Mat makes your baby sleep quicker, better and longer. 

It mimics the sounds and the motions of the womb to soothe and comfort your baby to sleep. πŸ‘ΆπŸ»πŸ˜΄

O For Overnight Diapers

A wet bed/diaper can wake your baby (and you!) up. For nights, opt for super absorbent overnight diapers, along with an application of diaper cream for skin protection, if needed. This will assist your baby get some uninterrupted sleep. πŸ‘ΆπŸ»

P For Pacifier

A pacifier at bedtime can help your little one soothe themselves to sleep, and studies show that it may also protect against SIDS. However, here’s a #MomTrick for you: When your baby is sound asleep, remove the pacifier from their mouth so they don’t wake up if it falls out.πŸ’€

Q For Quiet

Loud or sudden noise may disturb your child’s sleep or attempts to settle to sleep. If you are in a noisy environment, using white noise to drown out the outside noise, will help to settle your baby. Once in deep sleep, your child is likely to be able to sleep through almost anything but in lighter sleep or the onset of sleep, he might be unsettled by the slightest sound.

R For Routine

Babies who have consistent #BedtimeRoutine develop better sleep habits. Every evening, follow the same sequence of activities such as giving your baby a bath, dressing them up in pyjamas, and then putting them on the crib / bed. πŸ›πŸ’€

S For Swaddle

Swaddling means snuggly wrapping your baby in a cozy cloth. This helps your baby from getting disturbed by their own startle reflex. One of the other reasons it works is that even in the womb the baby is similarly packed. πŸ‘ΆπŸ»

T For Telling a Story

Your baby might not be able to understand what you are saying, but the soothing sound of your voice will help them fall asleep faster. Studies have also shown that it enhances creativity and boosts oral development It can also be integrated into your baby’s #BedtimeRoutine and also a great habit to carry throughout #childhood. πŸ“š πŸ‘ΆπŸ»

U For Understanding Cues

Babies try to communicate with parents giving cues for different things. They may cry when hungry, may have wet diapers or may be experiencing colic. Each time babies cry, they express a different crying behavior- their way of communicating.

V For Vibrations

Vibrations are repetitive motions set to a rhythm that help babies fall asleep quickly. They in fact remind the baby of all the gentle motions it experienced in the womb. With gentle rhythm of vibrations, fussy babies calm down faster and fall asleep sooner, giving you enough time to relax yourself.

W For White Noise

White noise soothes babies as it imitates the familiar sounds of the womb. White noise, just like white light, drowns out all other sounds that occur in the environment thereby creating a peaceful ambience for babies. White noise helps the babies to fall back asleep if they have sleep arousals.

X For Xoxo

Hugs, kisses and a lot of love! πŸ˜˜πŸ€—β€οΈ This makes the babies feel comfortable and secure making them fall asleep faster. However, be careful to not over interact and excite your baby leaving them stimulated, rather than drowsy

Y For You Time

Mommies, you do everything for your baby from feeding, cleaning up, playing and other household chores? But do you take some time out for yourself? It is very important that you get some You-Time too. It is essential not only for your own health but your baby’s too.

Z For Zzzz…

How adorable is it to see your little one fast asleep! 😊 Yes, it may seem like it is a never-ending task, but a proper bedtime environment, routine (& a NapNap Mat) will go a long way into developing healthy sleep habits. This will pay off with restful nights for your little one and for you. It’s time you pay attention to our baby’s and our sleep! Enjoy a #GoodNight sleep. 😴

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